Our Business and Entrepreneurial Studies program emphasizes professional skills and entrepreneurial talents. Entrepreneurship infuses and inspires the curriculum, from introductory business and marketing courses through capstone courses in entrepreneurship and real world experience.
Every business student completes nine (27 credit hours) foundation courses in Business, Marketing, Accounting, Economics and Statistics, and then chooses a concentration of eleven (33 credit hours) upper-level courses.
- Non-Profit Organization Management
- Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Why Study Business and Entrepreneurial Studies at UMM?
We provide students technical excellence and entrepreneurial spirit in a small-college atmosphere.
Bachelor of Science in Business and Entrepreneurial Studies
Jon Reisman, Associate Professor of Economics